Hardware handed out at AGC

The ladies’ golf league wrapped up their season with a luncheon at Alberni Golf Club earlier this week.

Ladies’ league trophy winners gather for a group photo with their hardware.

The ladies’ golf league wrapped up their season with a luncheon at Alberni Golf Club earlier this week.

Julie Swaney, captain of the nine-hole ladies presented the trophies. La Donna Knutson won most dedicated golfer (best attendance); best game on the ringer board went to Doreen Grant.

Most chip-ins was a five-way tie between Julie Swaney, Betty Adair, Jean Illman, Bea Stuyt and Marie Swain.

The Isobel Pearson Trophy for Par Golf was won by Claudia Romaniuk, most birdies was won by Jani Denis, the Helen Weaver Trophy for the best putting went to Kelly Gauthier.

The Mary Dyson Trophy for the handicap reduction was a tie between Lee Anne Van Lent and Kath Stolth, they both reduced their handicaps by four, congratulations ladies for a job well done.

In the 18-hole division, our captain Patsy Gauthier did the presenting of trophies.  Summer trophy runner-up was a tie between Gayle Rhodes and Kathy White, with the winner being Carol Bouchard.

Par Bowl winner was Janice Cross, who also won for best putts. Kathy White was runner-up. Title for chip-ins was a tie between Carol Hastings and Kathy White.

In the 18-Hole club championship, gross winner was Carol Bouchard, second low gross was Janice Cross and third low gross went to Marie Randall.

Low net winner was Kathy White, second low net was Barb Sheare and third low net went to Gayle Rhodes. The handicap reduction trophy went to Janice Cross.

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